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THE NEW ZEALAND STEREOSCOPIC SOCIETY
ANAGLYPH GALLERY.

'Anaglyphic Contrast Balance' (ACB) is an embodiment of New Zealand Patent 505513 + UK Patent GB 2366114 + Aus Patent 785021 + Other Patents Pending

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Fishing at Thornton Boat Ramp using a Fuji W3 by Carl Watson.
Fishing at Thornton Boat Ramp by Carl Watson.

Sharleen. Taken with a Fuji W1 by Carl Watson.
Sharleen by Carl Watson.

Carolyn Moore '89 by Carl Watson.
Carolyn Moore '89 by Carl Watson.

Shelly In Surf by Carl Watson.
Shelly In Surf by Carl Watson.

Gertie In Studio by Carl Watson.
Gertie In Studio by Carl Watson.

Thornton Group Girls by Carl Watson.
Thornton Group Girls by Carl Watson.

Thornton Race by Carl Watson.
Thornton Race by Carl Watson.

3-D Cow by Carl Watson.
3-D Cow by Carl Watson.

Mini Bikes by Carl Watson.
Mini Bikes by Carl Watson.

Skype Set Up by Carl Watson.
Audrey Duthie's 100th birthday. She is an identical twin, and as her sister Alison was in Auckland, a skype link up was made
between them on the day.
TV 1 featured the occasion. Audrey is seen here with her daughter, Sue at her side.
Skype Set Up by Carl Watson.

Washington Mall by Carl Watson.
Washington Mall by Carl Watson.

Skier by Carl Watson.
Skier by Carl Watson.

Horse Transport by Carl Watson.
Horse Transport by Carl Watson.

Bike Show by Carl Watson.
Bike Show by Carl Watson.

Nikau Grove by Colin Martin.
Nikau Grove by Colin Martin.

Bush Cottage by Colin Martin.
Bush Cottage by Colin Martin.

Botanical Garden by Colin Martin.
Botanical Garden by Colin Martin.

Wiry Honey Myrtle, Melaleuca filifolia. by Rex Julian. Diameter of flower 41mm.
Wiry Honey Myrtle, Melaleuca filifolia. by Rex Julian.

Mountain Stream. Pirongia Mountain New Zealand by Rex Julian.
Mountain stream. Pirongia mountain New Zealand by Rex Julian.

Thelymitra aff. ixioides by Eric Scanlen.
One of NZ’s two spotted blue sun orchids, requires a hot sunny morning after rain for 2 or 3 ±18mm wide flowers to open for a few hours only, typical of self pollinated species.
The Aussie T. ixioides opens more flowers more easily for insect pollination. This specimen from low tea-tree scrub in poor soil at Hewett’s Reserve west of Whangarei on 9/10/02. Found from Cape Reinga to Christchurch in similar conditions and track sides.
Thelymitra aff. ixioides by Eric Scanlen.

Thelymitra aff. pauciflora by Eric Scanlen.
The NZ slender sun orchid, from Pinnacles Hill Road batter-slope, Bombay, on 18/11/95. Notice its own white, granular pollen liberally sprinkled around; an indicator of self pollination. It prefers poor, damp soil in dappled sun. Similar to the insect pollinated Aussie T. pauciflora. 3 or 4 flowers open on one stem in case some insect decides to cross pollinate them but only on a hot day, especially after rain. However, this specimen was self pollinated before it opened as often happens in this taxon. Found from Whangarei to Timaru on track sides or in scrub.
Thelymitra aff. pauciflora by Eric Scanlen.

Exploding Egg. By Carl Watson.
Exploding Egg. By Carl Watson

Carl and Sandi. By Carl Watson.
Carl and Sandi. By Carl Watson

Old Bakehouse. Ohaupo New Zealand. By Marc Dawson.
Old Bakehouse. Ohaupo New Zealand. By Marc Dawson.

Chris and Rex Julian. By Marc Dawson.
Chris and Rex Julian. By Marc Dawson.

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